In this course, we’ll go over more of the advanced techniques used to optimize, program, and write amazing games. It’s not enough to put together a playable prototype if the game concept and mechanics aren’t thought out. We’ll discuss the interactions between a game’s mechanics, dynamics, and aesthetics and how they’re viewed from the perspective of a player as well as from a developer. We’ll also consider the impacts of gaming on society from the perspective of business and finance, as well as from the perspective of a personal player. Finally, we’ll discuss how alignment, flow, themes, and emotion tie into creating complex and compelling games. Let’s get started!
Google Docs Google Drawings, Google Sheets, PlayCanvas, TinkerCAD, WordPress
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- Virtual education teacher verifies participation 1 to 3 times weekly